Spot the spacemen in the woods

Creating the sculpture trail are Vanessa Kay, art teacher at Hebden Royd, her husband Darren Kay, Geoff Hoggarth, governor and father of students Hebe Haq and Dunstan Haq, who are pictured either side of Megan Kirby. Below, their interpretation of The Field by Antony Gormley
Creating the sculpture trail are Vanessa Kay, art teacher at Hebden Royd, her husband Darren Kay, Geoff Hoggarth, governor and father of students Hebe Haq and Dunstan Haq, who are pictured either side of Megan Kirby. Below, their interpretation of The Field by Antony Gormley
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ARTY pupils have left their mark in Colden Valley despite being off school on holidays.

Every year the children from Hebden Royd Primary School create a sculpture trail within Colden Clough Local Nature Reserve. This year their theme is “Out of this World”.

Pictures from the Hebden Royd Primary School Sculpture trail, which is now installed in Colden Clough, Hebden Bridge

Pictures from the Hebden Royd Primary School Sculpture trail, which is now installed in Colden Clough, Hebden Bridge

Walkers can now find aliens, planets from far flung galaxies, robots and rockets created by young imaginative minds. Their work is based on The Field by sculptor Antony Gormley.

It will be open until the start of the next school term.

Headteacher Gretl Young said: “We hope you are inspired by the children’s creativity and that you enjoy the trail. We ask only that you respect the children’s hard work and leave the sculptures as you find them, and if you have enjoyed walking through our installation, please let us know!”